Don’t let this perfect planning period pass you by. Most nonprofits marked the end of their fiscal year last week. And as the last fundraising cycle ends, so a new (and hopefully better) fundraising plan should begin. Use this time wisely, just as your teacher used to say in study hall.
For seven undeniable reasons why your nonprofit should work on a stronger fundraising plan for the new fiscal year, check out the article linked below.
7 Reasons You Need a Fundraising Plan to Raise the Money of Your Dreams [Fired Up Fundraising]